Kate Middleton once visited Lavender Primary School during Children’s Mental Health Week in 2019 where she shared with the kids what made her happy.
People reported on Friday that a video from that appearance recently resurfaced on Instagram, featuring the Princess of Wales when she was Duchess of Cambridge pulling out a family photograph to share with the young ones.
The clip showed Kate participating in an activity in which the pupils were instructed to share some objects that represent something that makes them feel good.
For the demonstration, the mother of three revealed it first by bringing a picture from her 2018 Christmas family card.
The casual snapshot featured Prince William, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis at their country residence, Anmer Hall in Norfolk.
"This is a photograph of my family. These are my children, and this is my husband," Kate showed her family to the students by pointing at each one.
She revealed, "My family makes me feel happy," adding, "We like playing outside together and spending lots of time together as a family, and that makes me feel happy."
For Kate, 42, it is a ritual to mark Children Mental Health Weeks with royal engagements on such themes as the royal patron of Place2BE, a charity that organizes the event and provides school-based support to improve the emotional well-being of pupils, families, teachers, and staff.
However, she won’t be able to mark this important week in her traditional way this year as she continues to recover from her abdominal surgery performed last week.
Although, she had been discharged from the London Clinic to continue recover at her Windsor residence following her 13-day stay at the hospital.
It was announced via a statement from Kensington Palace that Kate will remain on break from royal duties till Easter.